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Andrew Gardner
T #66
Height:
6-6
Weight:
308
College:
Georgia Tech
Experience:
4
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 8 0
2013 HOU 3 0
2012 HOU 3 0
2011 HOU 1 0
2009 MIA 1 0

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TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Miami Dolphins in the sixth round (181st overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft…signed by Dolphins on June 22, 2009…released by Dolphins on Sept. 4, 2010…signed by Baltimore Ravens to practice squad on Sept. 10, 2010…released by Ravens on Sept. 14, 2010…signed by Minnesota Vikings to practice squad on Oct. 6, 2010…released by Vikings on Nov. 11, 2010…signed by Cincinnati Bengals to practice squad on Nov. 16, 2010…signed by Bengals on Jan. 3, 2011…released by Bengals on Aug. 23, 2011…signed by Houston Texans on Aug. 30, 2011...released by Texans on Sept. 3, 2011...signed to Texans' practice squad on Sept. 5, 2011...signed by Texans to active roster on Sept. 22, 2011.

HONORS:
Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 13, 2012)

2012 (Houston 3/0):
Played in three games in the 2012-13 season, making his debut appearance at Chicago (11/11).
Inactive for 13 games and both playoff games

2011 (Houston 1/0):
Signed off Texans practice squad to the active roster (9/22)
Inactive for 13 games of the reglar season
Made his Texans debut on the field goal unit in the third quarter vs. Tennessee (1/1/12)
Inactive for both playoff games

2009 (Miami 1/0):
Made his professional debut at Buffalo (11/29)
Inactive for 15 games of the 2009 season

COLLEGE:
Four-year starter at Georgia Tech
Started the first 48 games of his career, but was limited by a torn labrum for much of his senior season, and after eight games as a senior, he underwent season-ending surgery
Earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors as both a junior and a senior
Honorable mention All-ACC as a sophomore and was on the 2005 All-ACC freshman team

PERSONAL:
Born in Chamblee, Ga., and attended Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Ga., where he was an honorable mention Class AAAA all-state selection as a senior
Also was an all-county basketball player at Sandy Creek
Married (wife Jennifer), with a son

TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Miami Dolphins in the sixth round (181st overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft…signed by Dolphins on June 22, 2009…released by Dolphins on Sept. 4, 2010…signed by Baltimore Ravens to practice squad on Sept. 10, 2010…released by Ravens on Sept. 14, 2010…signed by Minnesota Vikings to practice squad on Oct. 6, 2010…released by Vikings on Nov. 11, 2010…signed by Cincinnati Bengals to practice squad on Nov. 16, 2010…signed by Bengals on Jan. 3, 2011…released by Bengals on Aug. 23, 2011…signed by Houston Texans on Aug. 30, 2011...released by Texans on Sept. 3, 2011...signed to Texans' practice squad on Sept. 5, 2011...signed by Texans to active roster on Sept. 22, 2011.

HONORS:
Madden Most Valuable Protectors Award (Week 13, 2012)

2012 (Houston 3/0):
Played in three games in the 2012-13 season, making his debut appearance at Chicago (11/11).
Inactive for 13 games and both playoff games

2011 (Houston 1/0):
Signed off Texans practice squad to the active roster (9/22)
Inactive for 13 games of the reglar season
Made his Texans debut on the field goal unit in the third quarter vs. Tennessee (1/1/12)
Inactive for both playoff games

2009 (Miami 1/0):
Made his professional debut at Buffalo (11/29)
Inactive for 15 games of the 2009 season

COLLEGE:
Four-year starter at Georgia Tech
Started the first 48 games of his career, but was limited by a torn labrum for much of his senior season, and after eight games as a senior, he underwent season-ending surgery
Earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors as both a junior and a senior
Honorable mention All-ACC as a sophomore and was on the 2005 All-ACC freshman team

PERSONAL:
Born in Chamblee, Ga., and attended Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone, Ga., where he was an honorable mention Class AAAA all-state selection as a senior
Also was an all-county basketball player at Sandy Creek
Married (wife Jennifer), with a son

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